The Forum-breakout session

The Pixel Market Meetings

At The Pixel Market Meetings 35 project teams engaged in a series of 1-2-1 business meetings with over 150 international financiers, commissioners and platforms from film, TV, online, mobile, games, interactive, publishing, live events, the arts and advertising. The Pixel Market Meetings day culminated in an awards reception where the following prizes were awarded:

  • ARTE International Pixel Market prize  – €4,000 development funding
    Elemented by Emily Paige, e.d.Films
  • POV Pixel Market Prize for the best interactive non-fiction project – $1,500
    The Plunder by Rosie Garthwaite, Mediadante & Anagram
  • IFP Pixel Market Prize – 6 month fellowship at the New York Media Center
    CodeGirl by John Benton, Love8 Media
  • Cinekid Pixel Market Prize (for projects aimed at 4-14 year olds)
    Angel in the Clock by Jaime Romandía, Miguel Angel Uriegas & Mariano Vives, Fotosíntesis Media

Attending companies in 2014 included: ARTE; Arts Council England; BBC; Bell Fund; BFI; BR; British Council; BuzzFeed; Canada Media Fund; CBBC; Channel 4; CNC; Dazed & Confused; DFI; Egmont UK; Film und Medien Stiftung NRW; France Télévisions; FFF; Gaité Lyrique; The Guardian; Harmony Institute; Hypernaked; McCann; MFG; MEDIA; MediaCom Beyond Advertising; Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg; NFB Canada; NFI; Nordisk Film & TV Fond; OMDC; Penguin Random House; RTVE; SFI; SODEC; The Harmony Institute; Tate Media; Telefilm Canada; TorinoFilmLab; Tribeca Film Institute; VICE; Vimeo; Wallimage and ZDF.

Creative Europe - MEDIA Programme of the European Union
BFI Film Fund
Arts Council England
British Council
Creative Skillset
Canada Media Fund
Mexican in UK 2015
Zurich University of the Arts
Bell Fund
Cesnik Quintino & Salinas
Québec Government Office
Independent Filmmaker Project
The Third Floor
Virtually Mine